News You Can Use for November 4, 2017

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We now have proof that the Democrat primary was rigged, but the question is, did Hillary’s rigging of the race force Joe Biden out of the primary?

The Democrat Party’s civil war is one of “silent fury.” For all the talk of the GOP being in disarray, the Republicans control the House, the Senate, the White House, the vast majority of state legislatures, and Governorships. So, if the GOP is so messed up… how much worse must things be for the Democrats?

“Class Realignment” broke the Democrat Party and now that their ideas are no longer supported by the populace they pretend that they’re simply the moderates trying to hold things together.

It should be clear by now that bureaucracies cannot stop terrorism.

In that, terrorism is a lot like ordinary crime. Almost all of the murderers in New York City have prior criminal records, and New York is not unusual in this regard. A great deal of violent crime is committed by people who already have criminal histories. Law-enforcement bureaucracies are like any other bureaucracy.

As bad as things have been for Democrat candidate for Governor of Virginia, Ralph Northam, the latest polls still have him tied with his GOP opponent, Ed Gillsepie.

The Democrat Party lost a HUGE opportunity in 2016 and they still have no idea what actually happened.

The CIA just revealed almost half a million documents that they recovered from Osama bin Laden’s compound, here’s why it took so long to learn the truth.

Prager University is suing YouTube and every conservative in America should be cheering them on and hoping they force the Tech Giants to treat us all more fairly.

Robert Mercer, the money behind Breitbart, is sorry for what he’s done to conservatism.

The weekend is dying, and it’s not a good thing for us. 🇺🇸

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